Massimo Micheluzzi was born in Venice, where he currently lives and works, and has built an international reputation for is glass objects. His work is featured in private collections of museums from around the world, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Corning Museum of Glass,
The reality is that materials all have their own properties that make them unique. Unfortunately a material like metal doesn’t go that well with ceramic, and wood doesn’t mesh that well glass. There are just certain restrictions that forces designers and makers to stick with one material
Charles and Ray Eames wrote, “The details are not the details; they make the product”. So true. So what if you really examine those details and reinterpret them. Offering a completely new experience on the traditional and bringing awareness to the simplicities in our everyday lives. That
Danny Duncombe truly amazes with his ‘As Above, So Below’ series. The clever name is based on a collection of sculptures that feature rounded, flat and slatted surfaces that defy a structured “this side up” appearance. Duncombe is a self taught ceramic sculptor based out of L
There is nothing about Hyunjee Jung’s work that wouldn’t put a smile on your face. Her bright 3-D designs provide a textural element that comes through, even in a photograph. They leave you yearning to touch and see more. Looking at Jung’s work, it is understandable that you would want to know
Najila El Zein has taken full advantage of her creative license to produce thought provoking pieces that produce a remarkable aesthetic. El Zein is a designer that hails from Beirut. She uses objects and materials to tell stories and seeks out materials like concrete, slick travertine and porous sto
Distinct colors, geometric shapes and shatterproof qualities. That is what Rahee Yoon’s acrylic sculptures are all about. Rahee Yoon is a Seoul-based artist with a background in metalwork, textile, ceramics and woodworking. She specializes in bringing out the rawness of the materials she works wit
It’s easy to look at a three-dimensional object and consider them from an aesthetic sense, disregarding the psychological and thought provoking ideas hidden behind. This emotional dream we call life is the space we are embedded in, with creatives as the mediators between the unknown and the th
With an increase in sustainability, we are seeing more and more designers considering upcycling in their design process. However, Debbie Wijskamp was ahead of the curve in many ways, exploring this idea for more than 10 years with her own hand building technique constructed from recycled paper. She
German designer Ingrid Rügemer spent time gaining experience in several countries before returning to Munich to start her studio. In her work, she aims to produce creative tableware that is both functional and sculptural. She does this by using abstract shapes, unique textures, and a variety of mat
Kristina Dam Studio, founded by talented Kristina Dam provides us with a selection of furniture, sculptures and other objects which are aesthetically pleasing and are sure to improve any interior space.
You can't beat a well designed interior space and I was drawn to these unique handcrafted objects at the Holland-based shop X + L founded by designers Xander Vervoort and Leon van Boxtel in 1996.